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Old 11-17-2012, 06:42 PM   #10
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In what now seems to be the good old days, the publisher had to edit the book, print it, advertise it, distribute it, take back unsold copies, resell, etc.

You understood them taking 70% or so of the sales. Now days with eBooks, it seems awful high for them to take more than 30%.

(The above is a simplified model given to make a point.)
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